The goal of CMDC is to focus research attention on the emerging fields of ubiquitous devices that communicate by some form of wireless network and the applications that run on them. This includes devices such as wirelessly enabled desktops, laptops, palmtops, tablet, and wearable computers, and wireless network infrastructure such as cellular WANs, wi-fi PANs (Personal Area Networks), and emerging ultra wide band networks capable of speeds ranging from 1 Mbps (such as Bluetooth), to ultra wide band networks capable of running in the giga-hertz range. Of particular interest is the emerging public-switched cellular networks running 3/4G.

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  • TwiddleNet: A Distributed Personal Server Network 

    Singh, Gurminder; Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2012-10-12);
    Includes topics such as: What is TwiddleNet? Why TwiddleNet? TwiddleNet Architecture and Applications.
  • TwiddleNet: Smartphones as Personal Servers 

    Gurminder, Singh; Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2012-10-12);
    TwiddleNet uses smartphones as personal servers to enable instant content capture and dissemination for firstresponders. It supports the information sharing needs of first responders in the early stages of an emergency response ...
  • SPARCCS – Smartphone-Assisted Readiness, Command and Control System 

    Gurminder, Singh; Center for the Study of Mobile Devices and Communications (Monterey, California: Naval Postgraduate School., 2012-09);
    SPARCCS - Smartphone Assisted Readiness, Command, and Control System - uses smartphones in conjunction with cloud computing to support distributed response to HA/DR (Humanitarian Assistance/Disaster Response) and military ...
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